Less than 700000 Georgians without power

Less than 700000 Georgians without power

The man was pronounced dead on the spot after he was found on the street, according to the Winter Park Police Department on Monday morning, Sep. 11. At least 35 people were killed in the Caribbean.

Silagy called the outages "unprecedented" and of a "magnitude we just haven't seen before".

More than 180,000 people huddled in shelters in the Sunshine State.

Search and rescue teams are still going door-to-door in the hardest hit areas of the Keys, including Big Pine Key and Cudjoe Key, where Irma came ashore.

A van remains in a sinkhole after Hurricane Irma ripped through Florida.

Yes. While all storm surge warnings and tropical storm warnings were discontinued on Monday night, the WPC has warned that a risk of flash flooding remains, with isolated rainfall of up to 5 inches predicted for parts of SC and North Carolina.

Close to 5.2 million people are without power in Florida, with FEMA chief Brock Long saying some places won't have power for weeks, CNN reported.

5 dead at Florida nursing home after Irma knocks out power
Five people died Wednesday morning when an air conditioning issue forced the evacuation of a Florida nursing home, reports say. Aerial footage showed patients sitting outside in wheelchairs and others being taken out of the facility on stretchers.

Jose has weakened to a Category 1 storm, but it is expected to remain at hurricane intensity over the southwest Atlantic and could potentially strengthen as it steers through a odd loop that may bring it toward the Bahamas and East Coast, according to forecasters.

"The main impact we are looking at are the higher winds especially in the higher elevations like Fort Payne", Chase said.

Six deaths in Florida have been blamed on Irma, along with three in Georgia and one in SC.

Most of the damage includes flooding, structural, nonfunctioning stoplights, downed trees and power lines.

"HELP IS ON THE WAY", they promised on Facebook. Officials said the National Guard has arrived in the island chain, and state transportation officials have cleared six of 42 bridges as safe for travel.

"Everybody will take their shirt off their back to help you". Three days after Hurricane Irma rumbled through the region, residents are coping with the aftermath. Two more, one of them a sheriff's deputy and the other a corrections officer, died when their cars crashed in the poor visibility brought about by constant rains in Hardee County, 60 miles from Sarasota.

A woman sits atop a fire hydrant on a flooded street in Miami as Hurricane Irma hits Florida on September 10. Dennis Jones, director of the county's Emergency Management Agency, said in a Monday report.